CWL of the day

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Korkki wrote:
Winnie Bloo wrote:Very nice indeed Kari :thumbup:

One question to one with a few automatics :D .... do you pull the crown
out when they are resting?

Dave :wave:
Thanks Dave

No I don't pull out the crown, should I do that?
No idea, when I bought the Zenith a couple of weeks ago and went to find my other half, the assistant made
sure the crown was pulled out when I left......and on a few others I tried as well :-s

MMMmmmmm

A few interesting comments on other forums - I do have "watch winders" and do use them, but I was just wondering.
I actually enjoying winding them at the moment though :D
The Ultimate Postman has delivered his last package.

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Korkki wrote:My C60 pack is back :thumbup:
Just wanted to share because I am sooooo delighted for the return of two pack members :fondof:
Very impressive Kari! Me likes! :D :clap:
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Thanks Chris, Ferg & Blowfish :wave:
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I've decided to finish a full week with the C60 (till the big fish arrives), and now it is on a only-one-of-its-kind-in-world comfy blue rubber strap.
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Wearing this at work today. Not sure where the massive mark on the bezel between 15 & 20 came from. But still love it.

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Nice to a 'scooter' as they are a rare sight now on the forum.
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Looking fantastic James :)
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C60 Trident COSC MK1 today, now officially powered by ETA 2824-2 as it says on the tin

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Skribble5 wrote:Wearing this at work today. Not sure where the massive mark on the bezel between 15 & 20 came from. But still love it.

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When I first got my JAG, I was convinced that I had made the right choice not to get the Scooter. Hindsight is 20/20, I guess. Fabulous.
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I wish my blue C60 would magically turn into a Scooter blue C60, since they are so hard to find :problem:
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Looks fantastic James, which version is that?
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RustyRoses wrote:Looks fantastic James, which version is that?
Thank you, it's the now discontinued Makaira Pro 500
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I had my C6 Kingfisher on again for most the day working around the house.

But It's my lovely C65 Trident Classic for this evening. I Love this watch.

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RustyRoses wrote:Looks fantastic James, which version is that?
Thank you, it's the now discontinued Makaira Pro 500
Discontinued :problem:

Looks great, I will have to keep an eye out for a used one!